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for the nsa after the washington post reported this week that the agency violated policy rules. >> nation's most secretive spy agency intercepted e-mails and calls during that time and did not report the unauthorized surveillance. joining us with reaction is senator rand paul. senator, welcome back to fox news sunday. good to be with you. >> good morning. >> it was a little more than a week ago that the president insisted to the american people that there was oversight of the program and there was no talk of abuses. >> what you are not reading about is, the government actually abusing these programs. and listening in on people's phone calls or reading people's e-mails. what you are hearing about is the prospect that these could be abused. >> senator paul, what do you make of that statement now that this new information has come to light? >> you know, i think that the president missunderstands the constitutional powers. the checks and balances come from independent branchs of government. if they tell him everything is okay, that the nsa can police themselves. one of the things that our fou
you will have more on this tonight at 6:00. >>> there's more issues for the nsa the washington post reveals new evidence that the agency way spying on more americans.americ the agency admits to breaking privacy rules, they say it's all a mistake. craig boswell has the latest. >> reporter:after receiving an n audit from the nsa from admitted leaker edward snowden, "the washington post" reports, the spy agency overstepped the legal bounds thousands of times. the audit turned up fe 380000 incidents in a year. a that is what happened in washington d.c. as the type graphical errotypograph cal led, 202, instead of 20, which is the international dialing code of egypt. >> reporter: there's those whoth say the illegally gatherey communication is a tiny fraction of the possible numbers. >> yeah, 2007, yeah, that ish, something to be concerned abouto and we should be, but was that a potential, the 100 billion cases. >> reporter: the nsa directoror of compliance wrote a statementt to fox news saying we take eachh report seriously. investigate the matter, addresss the issue, constantly look fo
with the continuing saga of the n.s.a. surveillance scandal. there are new reports of an internal audit leaked by edward snowden which finds the n.s.a. broke privacy rules when it gathered information. but the compliance agent says the violations were not willful or malicious. nancy pelosi calls the revelation extremely disturbing. >> eight babies are being held by their dads for the first time this weekend as members of connecticut's national guard return home from afghanistan. the 160 service members arrived home after a 10 month deployment. this is the second deployment for the connecticut national guard unit. >> many u.s. soldiers have difficulty making the transition from military to civilian life. now one group says it has an answer to make it easier. some are willing to give the old technique a new try. here's more. >> about 40 people came to a rented room in bethesda to talk about whether transcendental medication can help veterans and their families better cope with their life. it's a technique that's been popularized. some american veterans suffer later from post traumatic stress dis
. it could have a major impact on what voters decide. >> nsa admitted to breaking privacy rules. after a leaked audit revealed it happened thousands of times last year, one republican senator wants the court to step in. the british government gave the u.s. advanced information. miranda detained under antiterror legislation yesterday. closing arguments in the sentencing part of the bradley manning trial. army private could get up to 90 years in prison. the judge said they were dangerous. manning found guilty of espionage, theft and computer fraud. unrest raging in egypt nearly a week after government crack down of protesters of ousting of president morsi. >> former president morsi will be held for 30 dies. white house is calling for his release. >> it would include politically motivated detention of former president morsi. >> morsi led muslim brotherhood to sitting camps by the interim government. that violence has killed hundreds around the country. >> as president obama has said, we are reviewi ining every aspef our relationship. >> meanwhile, hosni mubarak could be released later thi
headlines, wall street journal supporting nsa surveillance covers 75% of all traffic. >> wow. covers more communications of americans than officials originally admitted. nsa defends its practices as legal. we are getting a look at the last of the nixon's tapes. many have been released. once going public today are the most important ones. they cover a time period in 1973 when nixon was embroiled in the water gate scandal. nixon library is releasing them at 12:30 our time. fascinating stuff. states latest standards of learning scores shows 75% of students passed tests in virginia. washington reports it is due to a more difficult exam this year. >> redskins hold first pre-season practice as they get read for saturday's game against the bills. >> looks like rex grossman is the quarterback. kirk cousins was hit in the second quarter. according to mri results, no serious damage. good new there is. now on to baseball, on monday, nats required -- placed on revokeable trade waiver. like dejesus still on the roster last night. bottom of fourth, a hit, that is what i am making it now. turns on insid
boy n.s.a. lawmakers are calling for more classified hearing, while one senator wants the supreme courtc to step in and, we're learningen more about the partner in the journalist. and fox has more.. >> the white house said leaks n.s.a. documents, how to gino stepped its authority.uthority. the fact that the 'washingtonint post' could be written in theen first place, is evidence that ta there is oversight. oversight. >> it was provided to theided to 'washington post' by snowden. >> at london heath they are airport, was detained for nine hours, and electronic materialaa that contained more information was con files indicated, and, an they say they need more information. >> drill down about how these te programs are being operated. >> one senator wants the supreme court to take a look. l >> i think the constitutionaliti of these programs, needs to be questioned, and there needs to e be a supreme court decision.. >> break back did announce a ana series of steps to ease concerns about privacy rights. rht >> i will work with congress too pursue appropriate arm. a >> it was given a heads
security system collected thousands of e-mails -- they declassified secret nsa rebuked by the court in 2011 for collecting 56,000 internet communications, court ordered nsa to limit what it collects and how long it keeps it. >> thousands of people expected in the nation's capitol over the next week to take part in events marking 50th anniversary on march on washington. saturday 2nd and next wednesday. fox 5 matt ackland. >> reporter: the city and park service are gearing up for big crowds, hotels booking up, charter buses in demand. medical services will be ready to handle all emergencies. set up already underway along the national mall. fences being erected to keep pedestrians and vehicle traffic moving without any safety issues. >> good morning everybody. >> reporter: mayor vincent gray held weekly press defense to bring attention to 50th anniversary to march on washington and lack of voting rights among d.c. residents saying they are connected. >> frankly, we might as well be given indignity to what we are subjected to in this city. >> reporter: everyone will make their way to the lincol
. >> a new twist in nsa investigation, find out why a man has the white house answering questions. >> massive wild fire out west tackling the blaze the size of denver, gary? >> big fire. we have clouds, no real showers if you are headed to the game, weather wise no issues. here is what it looks like out there now. it is going to start feeling more like august. we have a first look at your forecast all coming up, stay with us.  >> the unrest continues in egypt nearly a week after a government crack down after oust of president morsi. two dozen security policeman were killed execution style. in all nearly 1,000 people killed between security forces and morsi supporters since last wednesday. there is word tonight that former president hosni mubarak could be released. a final verdict in all of his cases. mubarak and sons accused of embezzling and killing protesters. >> more fallout over the leaked nsa documents by edward snowden. lawmakers calling for more classified hearings, while at least one center says it is time to get a closer look at the domestic programs. meanwhil
it needs to continue and we need to work with them. >> another story, the nsa story where it seems that almost every day there is another revelation that comes out about the fact that the nsa, our government had access to more information, communications involving americans than we had suspected or thought, that they have violated their own rules in collecting thousands of domestic e-mails. senator corker, you have called for the head of the nsa, general keith alexander to brief congress when you get back in september. let me ask you a direct question, sir. as the top republican on senate foreign relations, as you sit here today, do you feel you actually know what the government is and isn't doing in surveilling americans? >> no. i mean i don't think -- there are many people work harder than i do. i'm not on the intelligence committee. obviously, they are privy to information that i am not. absolutely not. that's why i wrote a letter this week to the president, ask that the head of this organization come in and brief folks from top to bottom to explain every program that's under wa
informatm came from nsa breaker earlier this summer. internal audits and secret documents detail more than 2700 infractions that involve the surveillance of americans or foreign startings in the u.s. u. the report also showedlso sh unauthorized use of theth information for more than 3,0000 americans and green card holders. in another document, the postthe reports that the personnel weren told to remove details ins reports to the justice department, and used more generic language. >>> the news edge on dmplet c.dl and a new plan to deal with thet district's paramedic for months, fox 5 has beenfox 5 reporting on the staffing shortage at d.c. fire and ems. now the department isnt considering a plan to hirere paramedics who don't have fire fighting training. it's an issue that has some concerned. matt ackland is live with more.. >>> the policy of the fire department has been to hire hi paramedics who are also firefighters, that means it can help those who have a med attention and those who can grab a hose and help stop a burningrg fire. >> it appears the city is shifting from that p
's facing a possible death sentence if convicted.vict >> newly declassified documents confirm the n.s.a. has been spying on americans and it was not related to terrorism. previously they show that they collected 56,000 domestic e-mails a year for several years leading up to 2011. that's when the intelligence agency reversed the methods for collecting datal. some of this information was w made public in response to a lawsuit filed by privacy group electronic frontier foundation. >> tomorrow marks two years since the district was hit by an earthquake and today the national cathedral will give an update to the landmark. lan they destroyed several areas of church and prompted the removal of damage stone work. they've been working to installi new scaffolding and reparg the stone. the -- repairing the stone. s the church was granted moneyrant through the national trust for historic preservation. a week of activity has started celebrating the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. >> those who april tended last night say it's -- those who attended last night say it's not a commemoration but a
" report that's nsa tracked much more internetee usage that previously thought. the agency admits it collected as many as $36,000 e-mails by americans not connected to terrorism in egypt some are are calling for protests. hosni mubarak is likely to getet out of prison today and many who supported it are not happy. they say he should be retried for the crackdown. he was found guilty and won an appeal. today the military will put the former strong man under house arrest following his release. some rebels say his government said assad had nothing to do with it. the white house wants access to the site of yesterday's attack. i think delegate dwyer needs to make important decisions in the future. he has to look at what id about for the at this timents and. a >> he pleaded guilty this monthm to operating a boat while under the flu and issuing 30 people.e. how the district is preparing for big crowds for the big event.ev >> what restaurant in d.c. has won a james beard award? an american dream award is a favorite of celebrities and has papers archived so scholars can study. it's ben's ch
terrorism. it was my role in this nsa document store. i don't have involvement with the documents. >> police were acting under the law. if applied improperly that would be unacceptable. i find it difficult to accept the suggestion that that would have been kafrngzed by min sters. >> white house acknowledges the british government gave a head's up about the detention and denies involvement. in washington fox news. >> army private manning will learn his feat tomorrow. a military judge will announce mannings sentence tomorrow at 10 he face up to 90 years in prison for giving information to wiki leaks. prosecute ors asked the judge to give him 60 years. he was confidence 6 violations of the espionage acts. >> the army psychiatrist admits to killing 13 and injuring dozens in a shooting rampage at the texas military base. he is defendzing himself and frying to justify the shootings as defense of his muslim faith he the start his defense tomorrow. >> new details about the surviving boston bombing suspect. he suffered multiple gunshot wounds one to the face and a skull fracture. juri
belonging to "guardian newspaper." >> guardian published information from nsa edward snowden. the united nations is taken aim at armed drones. u.n.'s human right's chief says there are serious impacts. it is asking for a clarification of legal basis for the strikes and wants to know what is being done to create safeguards. >> coming up, some call it a perk, some call it a pain. >> either way if your job provides you with a smart phone for work, new ground for your expectations for privacy coming up next. >> welcome back, big thank you to everyone tweeting us with their back to school selfies. this is from lisa marie mcfearson. she tweeted us lj's first day from prince george's elementary school. >> first day in kelvert. tweet us at myfoxdc be sure to include the #back to school selfie. >> be exciting to say hey, i was on fox 5. >> first day of school. yeah. >> i thought he was wearing shorts in that one picture. >> you can be comfortable later today. increasing humidity. more heat and humidity moving in for a couple of days. that is the good news. let's get to the map. i i want to talk a
authorities after it leakedeak several documents from nsa leaker snowden. it's the latest fallout. the newspaper's editor said harddrives were destroyed but the company has back-up copies and they'll release the information in the u.s. news of digital destructiontruc comes day afghanistan the partner of the journalist who broke the story was detained for several hours based on antiterror legislation.egis >> new drunk driving charges for don guar. g police say he was going 15 miles over the speed limit and swerves on to the road's showlter multiple times.le he failed three field sew brie yet tests and refused to take a breathalyzer test.ea he was released onth his own reg sans. this time last year he was charged with dui after a boating accident. a five-year-old girl was injurer in that accident. dwyer is due to be sentenced in that case next month. there are calls for his resignation and charges will likely be a topic at an ethics committee meeting today.e alsome happening today maryland representative chris van holland is expected to file a lawsuit against the irs. he serves as l
in prison. in edward snowden affa affair, a reporter that broke the nsa snooping story says his partner detained in london. glenn agr greenville -- he was questioned nine hours and never skl him. miranda released without charges. still no word on what caused a jetblue plane flight 827 from boston to bwi around 6:00 p.m. touched down. none of the crew members hurt. crew smelled smoke and diverted the flight to philadelphia as a precaution. fox 5 spoke to them. take a listen. >> i could smell smoke. i could not see it. i heard someone else say they thought it smelled like a rubbery smoke. they opened up the doors and slides inflated. i saw passengers exit from the wing of the plane. >> passengers were eventually put on other planes headed to our area. >> scary times in the air lately. attorneys for governor bob mcdonald. lawyers are try to convince justice department not to file charges in the gift scandal c e case. as we said earlier, time to hit the books for kids in prince george, fredrick, faulkner county and morgan county in west virginia. prince george's county dr. kevin maxwell ha
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